Planning in Ten Words Or Less: A Lacanian Entanglement with Spatial Planning
Based on a range of international studies on planning policy and practice, this book takes a Lacanian, and related post-structuralist perspective to demythologize ten of the most heavily utilized terms in spatial planning.
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The Lack of Certainty
Prescribing the Good
The Haunting of Risk
Is Smart Growth Dumb?
Pressures of Competitive Globalisation
The Other Always Steals My Enjoyment
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acceptance achieve actions argue articulate authority become behaviours belief capital certainty chapter competitive concept concerned Consequently consider constitutes construct contemporary context continue create cultural decision deployed desire dimension Discourse diverse dominant drives economic development effect engage enjoyment environment environmental ethics example existing expected fantasy fundamental further future give global governance growth Gunder Hillier human ideal identification ideological illusion important impossible individual inherently institutions interests issues jouissance knowledge Lacan Lacanian lack language largely least master signifiers means narratives never norms object observes particular perhaps perspective planning practice political position practice problem produce question rationality Real regard resides responsibility result risk role seeking shape social reality society space spatial planners spatial planning structure suggest sustainability sustainable development symbolic theory traditional truth understanding University urban values wider Žižek